Category Archives: Rationalization Hamster

Do it for the validation.

From the ironically titled site For your marriage, comes a pitch to use the annulment process to validate your decision to divorce even if you don’t plan on remarrying: I do not plan to re-marry. Why should I present a … Continue reading

Posted in Book of Oprah, Church Apathy About Divorce, Divorce, Rationalization Hamster, selling divorce, Turning a blind eye | 70 Comments

Someday we’ll laugh!

Commenter Ofelas pointed out the absurdity of the main character in Cat Person imagining how much a future boyfriend would enjoy hearing about her having sex with other men: …she imagined that somewhere, out there in the universe, there was … Continue reading

Posted in Cat Person, Choice Addiction, Cracks in the narrative, Diary of Why, Finding a Spouse, Judging the performance, Rationalization Hamster, Serial Monogamy, Solipsism, Status of marriage, Turning a blind eye, Ugly Feminists, You can't make this stuff up | 297 Comments

Her first time was special.

The author of Cat Person wants the reader to know the main character is a good girl, unlike the sluts who didn’t follow the college boyfriend script. When her hookup partner asks her if she has ever had sex before, … Continue reading

Posted in Cat Person, New Morality, Rationalization Hamster, Romantic Love | 212 Comments

The heartache of entitlement.

Novaseeker notes that Wendy Griffith is well above average in attractiveness for women her age, and speculates that she really isn’t serious about finding a husband: Griffith is well, well above average looking for her age. She’s in the top … Continue reading

Posted in Finding a Spouse, Game, Nevermarried, Rationalization Hamster, Ugly Feminists, Weak men screwing feminism up, Wendy Griffith, You can't make this stuff up | 172 Comments

Righteous prostitutes, spreading their legs free of sin.

We are at over 750 comments in the discussion of Is marriage the cause of sexual immorality?  and I assume that most readers (like myself), have not carefully read all 750+ of the comments.  With this in mind, I offer … Continue reading

Posted in Rationalization Hamster, Rebellion, You can't make this stuff up | 796 Comments